Tony Plohetski
August 16, 2009

[efoods]Beginning next year, they plan to start doing so at a federally funded, multimillion-dollar intelligence center — one of dozens of such “fusion centers” across the nation.

But some centers have sparked controversy after critics said officials overstepped their bounds and violated people’s civil rights.

As part of the information exchange, the Austin Regional Intelligence Center will give investigators broader access to confidential information about suspects or criminal organizations.

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